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Ariel René Jackson

In A Welcoming Place Jackson employs a meteorological aesthetic as an allegory for oral narratives. They are interested in how narratives can be informed by collective testimonies collected via “taking… Read More »

Melanie Clemmons

In the exhibition Likes Charge, Melanie Clemmons transforms the gallery into a livestream temple dedicated to reimagining networked technology as a medium for spiritual rejuvenation and metaphysical manifestation. Surrounded by a series of video… Read More »

Betelhem Makonnen & Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez

Betelhem Makonnen and Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez’s artistic research converges in the exhibition, the meaning wavers, which explores immigration, transnational identity and the impact of silence on our perception of history.… Read More »

Hedwige Jacobs

In If I could, I would cover everything with my drawings, Hedwige Jacobs invites viewers into an almost meditative state of observation, finding pleasure in unexpected encounters, unassuming materials, and… Read More »

TalkAbout: the Internet

A conversation about art and the internet with Good Days & Bad Days on the Internet artist, Rachel Stuckey, plus guest artists Melanie Clemmons, Rachel Weil, Bug Davidson, and Sean Ripple. TalkAbout… Read More »

Rachel Stuckey

In Good Days & Bad Days on the Internet, Rachel Stuckey dissects the emotional pull of technology using video, site-specific projection, and custom software. Stuckey takes inspiration from 1980s computer ephemera, passionate… Read More »

Liss LaFleur

GREENER PASTURES combines kitsch, objects of consumerism, and queerness to position performance and media artist, Liss LaFleur, as a cowgirl on a new frontier. Included in this exhibition are five… Read More »

Liz Rodda

  Join us, February 14th @7:30pm to hear a short talk by Liz Rodda followed by Q&A. She will discuss her new exhibition, Heat Loss. This innovative exhibition presents new… Read More »

Film Series: !WAR

  Join Women & Their Work for the first installment of our 2017 Film Series! !WAR, a film by Lynn Hershman Leeson, reveals how the Feminist Art Movement transformed the… Read More »